Russian Front

The Winter War (1989)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
The Soviet Union attacks Finland; Finnish resistance
Ambush (1999)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
Finnish resistance 1939-1940
The Unknown Soldier (1985)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
Remake of the 1955 film of the same name
The Unknown Soldier (1955)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
Ordinary Finnish soldiers in a machine gun platoon fight desperately in the Continuation War (1941-1944) between Finland and the Soviet Union
Beyond Enemy Lines (2004)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
Swedish speaking Finns' infantry regiment 61 fights throughout the Continuation War
Päämaja (1970)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
June 1944, D-Day. Finns prepare for Soviet attack in Karelian region
1944: The Final Defence (2007)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
The Battle of Tali-Ihantala (June 25 to July 9, 1944) of the Continuation War (1941-1944)
Mother of Mine (2005)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
Swedish film; over 70,000 Finnish war children sent to Sweden, Norway and Denmark; one boy's story in Sweden
Promise (2005)
Finland's Defense against Soviet Union
Finnish women's Lotta Service during WWII through the eyes of three young women
Katyn (2007)
Russian Front
Three women search for relatives killed in the spring of 1940 in a Stalin ordered genocide of 15,000 Polish officers and intellectuals in Katyn Forest
Fortress of War (2010)
Russian Front
Russian soldiers put up a determined defense at Brest Fortress on the eastern border in Brest in the southwest corner of today's Belarus
Father of a Soldier (1964)
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Following Russian soldier Gregory all the way to Berlin during WWII
Come and See (1985)
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Resistance to the German invasion of the Soviet Union in Byelorussia
The North Star (1943)
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A Ukrainian village under Nazi invasion, June 1941
Battle for Sevastopol (2015)
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Lyudmila Pavlichenko, legendary female sniper
The White Bird Marked with Black (1971)
Russian Front
Ukrainian film, set in 1937-1947, where one brother joins the Red Army and another the UPA (Ukrainian insurgent army)
Shors (1939)
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Russian/Ukrainian film, commissioned by Stalin, about the partisan leader and Ukrainian Bolshevik Nikolai Shchors
Days of Glory (1944)
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Guerrillas fight back against the 1941 Nazi invasion of Russia
The Last Armoured Train (2006)
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Russian resistance against Nazi attack in the early stages of Operation Barbarossa
Leningrad (2009)
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Nazi siege of Leningrad in the winter of 1942
Baltiyskoe nebo (1961)
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Fighter pilots fight against the blockade of Leningrad by German army during 1941 -1943
The Misfit Brigade (1987)
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27th Panzer Division fights the Russians on the Eastern Front in 1943
Red Cherry (1995)
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Two Chinese students sent to Russia experience the German invasion of that country
The Dawns Here Are Quiet (1972)
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Young Russian women up against a larger group of German soldiers in Karelia (North-West of Russia, near Finland) in 1941
Bastards (2006)
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Criminal youths recruited to form five groups of saboteurs behind the enemy lines
Generation War (2013)
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Advertised as a German Band of Brothers
Stalingrad (2013)
Stalingrad
The fight to hold a strategic building during the Battle of Stalingrad
They Fought for Their Country (1975)
Stalingrad
The battles before the Battle of Stalingrad
Stalingrad (1992)
Stalingrad
The real turning point of the war
Goryachiy sneg (1972)
Stalingrad
One engagement in the epic battle of Stalingrad
Stalingradskaya bitva I (1949)
Stalingrad
Soviet Russian version of the Battle of Stalingrad with lots of details about the battle
Cross of Iron (1977)
Stalingrad
German soldiers at the eastern front with an arrogant Prussian Captain Hauptmann Stransky who claims the Iron Cross for something that another leader did
Stalingrad: Dogs, Do you Want to Live Forever? (1959)
Stalingrad
Battle of Stalingrad (July 1942 to February 1943) from German perspective
The Doctor of Stalingrad (1958)
Stalingrad
Dr. Fritz Bohler buoys the German POWs in a Russian camp
Enemy at the Gates (2001)
Stalingrad
Russian sniper vs. German sniper at Stalingrad
Liberation (1971)
After Stalingrad
Five part story of the Soviet Union's offensive campaigns against Hitler's Germany: the first film deals with the Battle of Kursk; the second covers the crossing of the Dnieper River and the capture of Kiev in the Ukraine; the third covers liberation of Belarus and onto the Polish border; the fourth deals with the Battle for Berlin; the fifth covers the last assault on Berlin and the death of Hitler
Italiani brava gente (1964)
Other
1942, Italian army up against the Russians at the Battle of the Don during the Stalingrad counteroffensive
The Man with the Cross (1943)
Other
Catholic chaplain with Italian expeditionary forces on the Eastern Front
Il generale della Rovere (1959)
Other
In Milan, Italy a German Nazi goes undercover in a prison to find out who among the prisoners are the Italian resistance fighters
Zasieki (1983)
Other
Soviet-backed Polish forces bravely battle the Germans in the Battle of Lenino, October 1943
March of Millions (2007)
Other
The brutal expulsion of Polish Germans from Poland by the advancing Red Army nearing the end of the war
The Star (2002)
Other
Summer of 1944, facing certain death, a group of seven Russian snipers named "Zvezda" does reconnaissance behind enemy lines to stop a planned Nazi tank offensive
Ascent (1977)
Other
Two Soviet partisans fight against the Germans
Prikhodi svobodnym (1984)
Other
Russian war film
The Cranes are Flying (1957)
Other
A girlfriend of a Russian soldier nearly loses her mind desperately waiting for his return
A byahme mladi (1961)
Other
Bulgarian resistance to the Germans in Sofia
The Mirror (1975)
Other
Romania during World War II with King Michael Coup; Prime Minister Marshal Ion Victor Antonescu ruled 1940 to 1944
Die Gustloff (2008)
Other
Jan. 1945 the Russians sink a German passenger ship evacuating refugees
As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me (2001)
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German POW in Siberia escapes and heads for Iran